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Synonyms for sad

experiencing or showing sorrow or unhappiness

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of things that make you feel sad

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Because it gets darker earlier in the winter, that may trigger people with SAD to overproduce melatonin.
Dawn Carrielies wrote: "Very sad and heartbreaking for his family, hope you can get the strength to get you through this hard time."
First part of SAD ideology is religion, which is basis of existence of party.
Roecklein came to her expertise in SAD beginning with her study of circadian rhythms, which are regular, daily biological sequences in our body processes.
Alison Burton: "Sad news so sorry for you John and Margaret love Alison Kevin and Tom your old neighbours xx."
"We primarily see cases of winter blues, or SAD, which has a lot of the same symptoms of depression.
The SAD leader said the state Congress chief should not bother about the SAD- BJP coalition, as it was not a political alliance but a natural tie- up.
It was really interesting and we learned a lot but it was sad to see the graves in Ypres."
The study "was an interesting look at the possible underpinnings of SAD, based on testing on the physiological responses from light coming into the eye," session chair Dr.
predict empirical SAD perfectly the underpinning mechanisms driving species assemblages are still niche-based (Cheng et al.
"Lucky for me, I'm not in a sad time anymore in my life," she continued, holding up her left hand to show off her wedding ring.
I lost count the number of family curries and birthday celebrations Sue Malynn So sad, many happy memories of The Kush.
In general, SAD, or Seasonal Affective Disorder, affects 3 percent of the population.